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Fr. Patrick’s first Sunday & Youth leave for Camp

Tomorrow there will be a 10am service only.  Please join us in welcoming our new Incumbent Fr. Patrick Stephens and his family.  We will be having a Potluck Luncheon after the service.

Click HERE for the Bulletin

Below are the readings:

Genesis 32:22-31;
Psalm 17:1-7, 16;
Romans 9:1-5;
Matthew 14:13-21

The Youth head out to Pioneer Camp tomorrow morning!!! The kids are so excited!

If anyone would like to come to the bus depot to see them off, we welcome you.

Bus leaves 7am sharp from Delaney Bus Depot, 16935 County Road 43, Avonmore


Father Claude’s Last Day as Interim Rector

We welcome  you to come and celebrate Father Claude’s last Sunday with us as Interim rector.  We are all going to miss his progressive teachings that are always full of wisdom and a flare of comedy.   We are having a Potluck Luncheon after the 10am Service to honour Fr. Claude.  Please join us!

Click Here for Tomorrow’s Bulletin

Tomorrow’s Readings:

Genesis 29:15-28;
Psalm 105:1-11, 45c;
Romans 8:26-39;
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52


Bishops visit for 10am Confirmation Service

There is a lot of stuff happening at church tomorrow and we welcome you to attend!

The Bishop will be visiting the church for the confirmation service at 10am and after the service we will be having a soup cook-off and an auction for youth services.  This is to help the youth raise money for their summer camp in August.

And to top it off, it’s Praise Band Day!

Click HERE for the 8am Bulletin and Click HERE for the  10am  Confirmation Service Bulletin

Readings for tomorrow:

Genesis 21:8-21;
Psalm 86:1-10, 16-17;
Romans 6:1b-11;
Matthew 10:24-39



Trinity Sunday and Prayers & Squares Fundraiser

Come to church tomorrow and celebrate Trinity Sunday.  Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and celebrates the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, three persons of God: The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit.

It also happens to be anointing Sunday and the Prayers & Squares group are having a biscuit & jam fundraiser for coffee hour.

Here is the Bulletin for tomorrow and the Bible Readings

  • Genesis 1:1—2.4a;
  • Psalm 8;
  • 2 Corinthians 13:11-13;
  • Matthew 28:16-20



Youth Fundraiser Update & Tomorrow’s Service

We welcome you to attend church tomorrow for a service celebrating the Day of Pentecost, which represents the fulfillment of Christ’s promise.

Tomorrow is Family Day and Praise Band Day which means we will enjoy lots of music and a noisy offering!  Click HERE for the bulletin

The readings for tomorrow are: 

Acts 2:1-21;
Psalm 104:25-35, 37;
1 Corinthians 12:3b-13;
John 20:19-23

Today was the Youth Car Wash & Yard Sale in Ingleside where we raised over $500 to go toward the Summer Camp in August.   See the photo of Sky working hard – and CLICK HERE to view more photos of the kids working hard!    We want to thank everyone who helped out !




4 Things to Know About Tomorrow’s Service

Here are 4 things that are happening tomorrow at the 10 am Service:

1) Family Service is tomorrow – remember to bring your loose change to donate to the Madagascar School Project

2) Praise Band Day – enjoy listening, singing and praising with congregation

3) Coffee Hour is served by the Youth Group – prepare to enjoy some food & fellowship… (and let’s hope the coffee machine doesn’t clog up again!)

4) After the service, we will be naming the Christ Church Bell


If you would like to prepare for tomorrow 

The readings are below and you can CLICK HERE for the bulletin

  • Acts 2:42-47
  • Psalm 23
  • 1 Peter 2:19-25
  • John 10:1-10




Service Tomorrow: Third Sunday of Easter

Tomorrow is the 3rd Sunday of Easter and we welcome you to join us.

Coffee Hour will be served by The Cousins, Beth H, and Joanne WK.

CLICK HERE for the bulletin  and the bible readings are:

  •  Acts 2:14, 36-41
  • Psalm 116:1-3, 10-17
  • 1 Peter 1:17-23
  • Luke 24:13-35

During Coffee Hour, You will also get a chance to vote for your favorite #churchselfie for the youth contest!




Service Tomorrow – 2nd Sunday of Easter

Tomorrow is the first Sunday after Easter, which we call the 2nd Sunday of Easter.

It used to be known as “low-Sunday”  and some believe it was intended to indicate the contrast between it and all of the Easter festivities that happen right before.

We welcome you to join us and promise it will be anything BUT low!

Click HERE for the Bulletin and the readings for tomorrow are:

Acts 2:14a, 22-32
Psalm 16
1 Peter 1:3-9
John 20:19-31

Coffee hour will be served by: Nancy H., Sally A., Dwaine U., Joan H.

YOUTH REMINDER:  This will be the last Sunday you will have chance to take your #churchselfies.   Caily has already submitted hers and it is awesome!

Looking forward to seeing you !


Two Services to Celebrate the Rising of Christ!

Tomorrow, there will be a 6am & a 10am service and you are welcome to come to one service or both services.

If you haven’t experienced the 6am Sunrise Service yet, we recommend that you do!  It starts out in darkness as we light candles and it is quite beautiful experiencing the sunrise as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.  After the service, people stay and enjoy a tasty breakfast and most stay for the 10am service.

The 10am service is a happy & joyful one.  Robbie & Randy Smith will play their violins for the opening hymn,   our choir will perform the song ‘Cornerstone’ and our Praise Band will perform a number of songs during communion….it will be a great service, you will not want to miss it!   The Praise Band will also be serving Coffee Hour after the service.

The readings for tomorrow are below and to view the bulletins CLICK HERE for 6am Service and CLICK HERE for 10am Service

  • Acts 10:34-43
  • Psalm 117:1-2, 14-24
  • Colossians 3:1-4
  • Matthew 28:1-10


Good Friday Service – Today at 3pm

Today is one of the most important days in our Christian faith.

Peter 3:18 tells us  ‘For Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God.  He was put to death in the body but made alive by the Spririt’

All are welcome to attend today at 3pm where we will commemorate Good Friday with a subdued service in which we remember Christ’s death with hymns, anthems and prayer.

To view the Bulletin CLICK HERE.




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